Norwegian PM: Grandmothers visiting Norway from abroad must be quarantined at a hotel

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Restrictions for visitors to Norway affect tourists, visitors, and business travelers. Prime Minister Erna Solberg (H) now says that grandmothers visiting Norway have to go to a hotel.

The home is not suitable as a quarantine place for visitors from countries with a high level of infection, Solberg said in a statement to the Norwegian parliament (Storting) on Thursday.

Following the government’s new tightenings of anti-corona measures, spending the quarantine period in a hotel is required for all visitors who are not resident in Norway.

“The rule change means that a grandmother or another relative can still come to visit, but the first period (of their stay in the country) must be in a hotel,” Solberg said.

Furthermore, a corona test upon entry into Norway is now required.

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